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What is DLNA and how does it work?
DLNA stands for Digital Living Network Alliance®. It enables multi-branded digital products to interoperate and share digital content, making it easier to connect and enjoy music, photos and videos in any room of your home.
Where can I find DLNA Certified
You can find DLNA Certified
; products conveniently available at your nearest retail electronics store. Also, you can visit our
page to locate various product brands.
How do I know if a product I purchased is DLNA Certified
Look for the DLNA Certified
logo. All products that bear the DLNA Certified
logo on the actual product or packaging are DLNA Certified
. You can also determine if your purchased product is DLNA Certified
by visiting our product search page.
How many different digital brands are DLNA Certified
There are currently more than 230 DLNA Certified
brands, and the number continues to grow.
How can I upgrade my current devices to work within the DLNA digital network?
Non-DLNA Certified devices can be adopted into your connected home by using DLNA Certified
software. This software is designed to upgrade your older or non-DLNA Certified
digital devices, specifically your smartphone and tablet, enabling them to work seamlessly with other DLNA Certified
products in your home. In addition, DLNA technology can allow a non-DLNA Certified
TV to connect with certain DLNA Certified
devices in your home, such as a DLNA Certified
game console or Blu-Ray player when hooked up to a non-DLNA Certified
I’m having trouble with my DLNA device. Where can I go for assistance?
Please consult your product manufacturer for questions or problems pertaining to your DLNA Certified
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